European long-distance paths

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Map of European long-distance paths

The European long-distance paths are a network of long-distance footpaths that traverse Europe. While most long-distance footpaths in Europe are located in just one country or region, each of these numbered European long-distance paths passes through many different countries.

The European long-distance paths were designated by the European Ramblers' Association.[1] In general the routes make use of existing national and local trails such as the GR footpaths.

List of all 11 European long-distance paths
# Map Route
E1
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NorwaySwedenDenmarkGermanySwitzerlandItaly
E2
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IrelandUnited KingdomNetherlandsBelgiumLuxembourgFrance
E3 SpainFranceBelgiumLuxembourgGermanyCzech RepublicPolandSlovakiaHungaryRomaniaBulgariaTurkey
E4
E4 route map.png
SpainFranceSwitzerlandGermanyAustriaHungaryRomaniaBulgariaGreeceCyprus
E5
E5 route map.png
FranceSwitzerlandGermanyAustriaItaly
E6
E6 route map.png
FinlandSwedenDenmarkGermanyAustriaSloveniaGreeceTurkey
E7
E7 route map.png
SpainAndorraFranceItalySloveniaHungary
E8
E8 route map.png
IrelandUnited KingdomNetherlandsGermanyAustriaSlovakiaPolandRomaniaBulgariaTurkey
E9
E9 route map.png
PortugalSpainFranceEnglandBelgiumNetherlandsGermanyPolandRussiaLithuaniaLatviaEstonia
E10
E10 route map.png
FinlandGermanyCzech RepublicAustriaItalyFranceSpain
E11
E11 route map.png
NetherlandsGermanyPoland

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ European Long Distance Paths (E-paths) on the Ramblers' Association website

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